Enforcement of Court Orders

Enforcement of court orders applies when the parent responsible for child support fails to pay, when there is a failure to comply with orders for possession of and access to a child, and when there is a failure to comply with orders regarding the exercise of rights and duties regarding a child.

The McClure Law Group understands the complexity of these legal situations, not to mention the financial and emotional distress that families experience when former partners fail to comply with court orders.

The first step in seeking remedy for enforcement cases is to file an order for contempt of court. If held in contempt, a person found in violation of the order can be sentences to a jail term of up to six months, and a fine of up to $500, for each violation.

These serious legal matters require an experienced and tough team of attorneys like the McClure Law Group who will fight for you.

Contact McClure Law Group for your consultation.

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